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Decisions and considerations of choosing or building a new home. Decisions and considerations of choosing or building a new home.

Cost for building can restrict the size and type of housing a person chooses Cost for building can restrict the size and type of housing a person chooses to purchase or build. A budget should be created to determine what is affordable. Cost Considerations: Labor is the number one cost in building a home Building Materials: includes cement, lumber, fasteners, shingles, flooring, drywall, etc.

 • • City or Township or Rural Proximity Shopping Centers Topography: Hills, Water, • • City or Township or Rural Proximity Shopping Centers Topography: Hills, Water, Trees etc View Type of House Structure and Design Ordinances and Regulations Schools Environment

 • Deed: is a legal document of property ownership. Also known as a • Deed: is a legal document of property ownership. Also known as a Title • Property Search is needed to see if anyone owns the property before purchase or building can begin • Stipulations for deed: – Multi-story or style of home – Setback- Distance from the property Line to the Main Building – Animals – Fences – Easements- an agreed upon right to use another's property for non-building purposes. I. E roads, water, utilities.

Reason • Safety- for the owner and other persons living in the community • Reason • Safety- for the owner and other persons living in the community • Uniformity- codes make it easier on the service industry to fix any mechanical problems • Zones – Residential – Industry – Commercial

Form- is a feature of a home that is merely aesthetic purpose. Placed in Form- is a feature of a home that is merely aesthetic purpose. Placed in the home for its beauty or uniqueness. I. E Stone-Slate Floor, Vaulted Ceilings, Circular Staircase Function- determines what each space will be used for. Each feature of a home serves some purpose. I. E Carpeted Floor, Kitchen,

- Refers to the site characteristics such as contour of land, trees or other - Refers to the site characteristics such as contour of land, trees or other natural features. Information can be found on the Plot Plan Section of the House Plans - Depending on the topography of the site can either reduce or increase the cost of building. To remove dirt on a site a contractor may have to excavate to remove out dirt OR A contractor may have to bring in fill to make the site level or able to hold a building.

One Story Two Story One-Half Story Split Level • Based on Topography and Local One Story Two Story One-Half Story Split Level • Based on Topography and Local Laws

Open Floor Plan vs. Closed Floor Plan Types • Square • Rectangular • L-Shape Open Floor Plan vs. Closed Floor Plan Types • Square • Rectangular • L-Shape • Irregular Foundation Sub Levels • Basement • Crawl Space • Concrete Slab

 • • Plot Plan Foundation Plan Floor Plan Interior and Exterior Elevations Electrical • • Plot Plan Foundation Plan Floor Plan Interior and Exterior Elevations Electrical Construction Details Pictorial Presentation Other: Mechanical, Roof Plan, Framing Plan, Plumbing Plan